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 Places to see in Warsaw

Places to see in Warsaw, things to do in Warsaw, Poland


1.  Old town

Walking around the Old Town's and New Town's streets, it is allows you to rest from the bustle of central city life. Atmospheric alleys, squares, and cosy cafés create a special sense of history, and in the summer, the Old and New Town Squares become home of musical and theatrical performances and open-air galleries.



2. Łazienki Królewskie Park-Palace Complex

One of the most beautiful palace complex in Europe with its parks. It was founded in the 17th century, has many landscape gardens with many interesting architectural sights, most importantly the Palace on the Island which was built for King Stanislaw August Poniatowski, the last monarch of Poland. It was his summer residence and the famous Thursday dinners were held here.


3. Wilanów Park-Palace Complex

It served as the summer residence of King Jan III Sobieski and Augustus II, such as for many aristocratic families later. The palace is an excellent representation of European Baroque with its height and a homage to the former greatness of the republic. This palace also surrounded by two Baroque Italian gardens and english styled romantic park. Wilanow is home of many important cultural events and concerts. The former stables house the Poster Museum.


4. Palace of Culture and Science

It was finished in 1955, as a gift from the Soviet nation. This building represents the Socialis realist architecture. It is the tallest building in Poland, and accomodates theatres, museums, a cinema and a concert hall also. On the 30th floor of it there is the highest viewing platform in Warsaw which offers you a beautiful panoramic view of the city.


5. Warsaw Rising Museum

It was opened on the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of the Warsaw Uprising, in 2004. This museum pays attention to all those people who died and fought for the Country's independence. Situated in an ordinary tramway power station. This modern museum leads visitors through video footage, photographs and interactive displays.


6. National Museum

The museum represents an outstanding collection of exhibits from antiquity to modern times. The building dates back to the inter-war period. During the World War II it secretly stored some of the Royal Castle treasures. It organizes numerous temporary exhibitions presenting art from all over the world. The Vistula-side building wing is the Museum of the Polish Army presenting the history of Polish military featuring an interesting outdoor exhibition.


7. Warsaw Zoological Garden

The zoo was founded in 1928, and now the garden is a home for several thousand animals. The real personalities of the Warsaw zoo are the brown bears and their area is situated outside the gardens, near to Solidarności Avenue and can be visited by passers-by.



8. University of Warsaw Library

The buiding's facade resembles a line of open books. This is one of the most interesting exaple of contemporary architecture in Warsaw. The roof garden is open to the public.




9. Praga District

Right-bank Warsaw has recently gained the status of an artistic district where the post industrial buildings and townhouses have been turned into art studios, theatres or fashionable clubs. Ząbkowska Street or 11 Listopada are a perfect illustration of the revival going on in the only district of Warsaw that remained fairly intact after the war.


10. Places related to Fryderyk Chopin

Fryderyk Chopin is undoubtedly the best known resident of Warsaw. He spent the first 20 years of his life in the city. Here he studied music, learned the manners of society and gave his first concerts. Walking the streets of Warsaw you will pass buildings where he stayed or which he visited. There are many places which are a homage paid to his talent and Warsaw boasts the world’s largest Chopin memorabilia collection.